New technologies such as those of drones are mainly used for methodological and operational innovations that are capable of triggering.
Precision viticulture consists in managing the activities with a high integration of advanced technologies. Drones are a key tool in many operations.
The measurements are useful in highlighting inhomogeneity of drainage,
water stress or suffering due to toxicity or salinity.
Drones with NDVI sensors Sentera + precision software enable constantly evolving decisions.
The software is designed to collect large amounts of useful data for infrastructure.
Manage and view your data on any device using the mobile and cloud platform.
Collect high-resolution images, NIR, NDVI and NDRE using small and light sensors.
With real-time mapping, you can quickly generate a 2D orthomosaic of the selected area of the flight mission in real time. Not only is it ideal for creating detailed flight paths in remote areas, but it is also useful for time-sensitive missions that require rapid on-site decision making.
Acquire key dimensions on a series of terrains with easy-to-use analysis tools that allow for a variety of measurement data based on linear, area and volumetric measurements.
Define the objective of the mission, plan the desired flight plan and, with a few touches of buttons, collect the critical data independently to obtain the desired result.
Use the sophisticated image recognition technology to generate 2D and 3D data, obtaining a more realistic representation of your goods, objects, environments.
For generations farmers have walked their fields investigating crops manually for signs of stress or disease. This traditional, labor intensive method is time consuming and can be difficult when crop canopies thicken.
Fresh water is one of our most precious resources, with farms worldwide constantly looking to optimize their use of water. Both too much and too little affect productivity, meaning detailed tracking and monitoring is required. Large growers today often have many fields spread out across an entire region. These rely on the use of multiple irrigation pivots to water crops.
Agronomists draw from a number of different sciences to address pressing issues, including producing food, creating healthier food, managing the environmental impact of agriculture, and extracting energy from plants. Whether they specialize in crop rotation, irrigation and drainage, plant breeding, plant physiology, soil classification, soil fertility, weed control, or insect and pest control, agronomists rely on a host of plant and environmental data.
All farms rely on a number of plant protection and fertilization methods to maintain crop health and yields. For decades, farmers have either relied on labor-intensive manual spraying or hired crop dusters to spray fields too large for manual labor. Neither option is an ideal one as manual spraying is time intensive while crop dusters are cost heavy.
Everything you need to know about your new smart agriculture tool
Get in touch with our drone program consultant Find out how drones can help your enterprise grow.